zestydoesthings:

Im holding a giveaway for these “Otherworldly Entomology” prints! Both prints are up for grabs, so there will be 2 winners. Only ‘reblogs' count as an entry but a 'like' is still appreciated.

Closing date- 10th October

Alternatively, you can buy yourself a print here! 

katieponder:

Twilight dance.

Very pretty Katie.

katieponder:

Twilight dance.

Very pretty Katie.

thevintagepostbox:

I have finished listening to all the “Cabin Pressure” that is available, and now I’m just going to listen to it all again, because it is so. good.

Weeee’ee busy doing nothing~

thevintagepostbox:

I have finished listening to all the “Cabin Pressure” that is available, and now I’m just going to listen to it all again, because it is so. good.

Weeee’ee busy doing nothing~

dynamicoceans:

Blue whale numbers are recovering
Researchers have found that at least one small population of blue whales – off the west coast of the US – has recovered to nearly the full extent possible, coming close to the “carrying capacity” of this particular marine habitat. xx

dynamicoceans:

Blue whale numbers are recovering

Researchers have found that at least one small population of blue whales – off the west coast of the US – has recovered to nearly the full extent possible, coming close to the “carrying capacity” of this particular marine habitat. xx

martha-anne:

It’s taken me a while to finish this but here you go!
I’m planning on getting this printed as a poster - let me know if you’d be interested.
Peace out!

Do want yes please I want to paint things in boxes too thank you.

martha-anne:

It’s taken me a while to finish this but here you go!

I’m planning on getting this printed as a poster - let me know if you’d be interested.

Peace out!

Do want yes please I want to paint things in boxes too thank you.

biomorphosis:

Sapphirina copepod, a.k.a. "sea sapphire" is a tiny shrimp like crustacean that makes up the bottom of the food chain. The microscopic layers of crystal plates inside their cells catch light and reflect back different hues, from bright gold to deep blue that resembles like a gem. 

When they’re abundant near the water’s surface the sea shimmers like diamonds falling from the sky. Japanese name this kind of water, “tama-mizu”, jeweled water. Combine this nifty trick with the sea sapphire’s impressively transparent body, and you have an animal as radiant as a star in one moment, and invisible in the next.

Hello! The sea-seaquins are back! :D

(via dynamicoceans)

fish-n-stuff:

fish-n-stuff:

WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT THAT CORNER.(if mystery snails are noot-noots, what does that make nerites?)

I stand corrected. All snails are noots

Have they started redecorating your tank with sesame seeds eggs yet?I got two young bumblebee nerites in the hopes they wouldn’t do too much of this! (Hobbes beat them to it in the 20l.)

fish-n-stuff:

fish-n-stuff:

WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT THAT CORNER.

(if mystery snails are noot-noots, what does that make nerites?)

I stand corrected. All snails are noots

Have they started redecorating your tank with sesame seeds eggs yet?

I got two young bumblebee nerites in the hopes they wouldn’t do too much of this! (Hobbes beat them to it in the 20l.)

chrisriddellblog:

Sunday.

Children’s book authors (and illustrators!) get the power of flight?

chrisriddellblog:

Sunday.

Children’s book authors (and illustrators!) get the power of flight?

zestydoesthings:

Otherworldly Entomology

I’ve always wanted to draw something like this, so I finally did! I’ll have prints and things available soon!

Zeeeesty this is gorgeous.

dynamicoceans:

Kelp forests are extremely important for biodiversity, providing protection many marine life that would be exposed to predators otherwise x

dynamicoceans:

Kelp forests are extremely important for biodiversity, providing protection many marine life that would be exposed to predators otherwise x